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    Re: President Biden's first term in office

    Chair of FED, Jerome Powell, was appointed in 2018 by Trump. He graduated from Princeton University and got his doctorate from Georgetown. With his extensive experience in the Treasury and the...
  2. Re: The latest anti-liberal rant thread (get your daily dose here)

    It's not gainsaying what I wrote there. It's highlighting of your gainsaying. Let me know if you can come up with an actual argument on gun control that's not a stupidly blatant lie.
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    This sickeningly obsessive argumentation in favor of guns that is void of any logic or reason is quite the problem. The advocacy of gun rights in such a form is irrational.
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    Universal background check doesn't exist. Mental health check doesn't exist. Training for using a gun is not a requirement. So, no. What I want is not something that exists for decades. If the idea...
  5. Re: The latest anti-liberal rant thread (get your daily dose here)

    Making sure law abiding citizens with proper training and no tendency to misuse them to be able to use a gun to defend themselves is not denying the right to self-defense. Rational logic does not...
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    Re: President Biden's first term in office

    Not a single policy was named on page 107. Why don't you give it a try and tell us which policy you are referring to?
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    Except I didn't simply say that its wrong. I pointed out why its wrong as I used the number one city from your list. Why are you failing to address such a simple point?
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    Re: President Biden's first term in office

    So you can't name a single policy? Yikes.
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    And I pointed exactly how that article didn't support your claim in post #2183. There was no gainsaying in play there. You simply chose to ignore that as your position is not supported by your own...
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    Repeating the same false claims doesn't really make up a valid argument. It merely shows that your position does not stand up to scrutiny as you avoid addressing it so religiously.
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    Supporting gun control does not mean supporting violent criminals. That's not how logic and common sense work.




    Nope. Simple review of gun regulations for the locations in that list does not...
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    Re: President Biden's first term in office

    Can you link to a few instances where I have been given an answer for that particular question?




    Which specific spending, for example?
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    Re: President Biden's first term in office

    What specific policy of Biden caused inflation to rise? I have asked this a few times directly in response to some people's posts but haven't received even a simple attempt at responding to it. Maybe...
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    One is a substance with various biological effects and the other is a tool. They are not comparable. I love how people bend backwards to avoid the comparison with using a car but here you are trying...
  15. Re: The latest anti-liberal rant thread (get your daily dose here)

    Yes, I remember how there was no cannabis control and they two different incomparable issues. You have no argument there. It might be interesting for others to know that banning and increasing...
  16. Re: The latest anti-liberal rant thread (get your daily dose here)

    Nope. That's not what gun control is. It's simply what some try to make it to be so that they can avoid addressing the actual issues and keep on their false narrative alive.
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    Re: [Discussion] VonCin Staffers

    Right now, we're often getting 10-20 votes. Even if you go back 10 years we were getting about 25 votes. Keep in mind very recently that the Consul election got 49 votes. You have to go pre-2012 to...
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    Re: [Discussion] VonCin Staffers

    People seem to base too much on level of activity but if you all check how many votes were cast back since 2000s there isn't really a gigantic difference compared to today, at least not the kind of...
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    Re: President Biden's first term in office

    Nope. He said specifically that as he was very explicit in his reference to the inflation for the month of July. The question is; why are you lying so much about such a basic fact?
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    Re: President Biden's first term in office

    That's not really a valid argument. You're not making sense there. Biden mentioning a good development doesn't mislead anyone. What policy of Biden caused inflation?
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    Re: President Biden's first term in office

    You seem to get it backwards. We're not discussing a claim I made. We're discussing a claim you made. You claimed that pointing out that the inflation from June to July was 0 percent. Do you have any...
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    Re: President Biden's first term in office

    This is not an argument. Do you have a rationale for why it is misleading or not?




    I agree. That's why I didn't bring it up. You did. I merely pointed out the apparent hypocrisy revolving...
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    Re: President Biden's first term in office

    It's not a misleading use of statistics at all. Month to month inflation trends is quite an important indicator. What's even better is that the producer price index is at negative 0.5 percent for the...
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    Re: [Discussion] VonCin Staffers

    It's not something up for interpretation. How could it be used in such a way?
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    Re: [Discussion] VonCin Staffers

    No footnote necessary. No need to come up with a solution for a problem that doesn't exist.
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    Re: President Biden's first term in office

    From the Bureau of Labor Statistics the June to July inflation was 0. How does one cover up such a number?
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    Sticky: Re: Discussion and Debate Community Thread

    Nope. Saying that not everyone that trespasses into another country is an asylum seeker does not support such a sick mentality.
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    Sticky: Re: Discussion and Debate Community Thread

    That's one thing I didn't say.
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    Re: [Discussion] VonCin Staffers

    That's pretty much how many VoNC cases work in real life. Often, they are non-binding. No need to come up with a new name. I'm hoping that the HEX is intelligent enough to know the difference between...
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    Welfare migrants do not risk their lives by cramping on a small boat with dozens of people to find themselves capsized and ashore dead on an Aegean beach. They usually fly in as a tourists and stay...
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    Poll: Re: Russia, US, Ukraine, and the Future

    About how by it's own testimony it largely concerns incidents from 2014-2015. That's about 7 years ago which qualifies as years ago.
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    Poll: Re: Russia, US, Ukraine, and the Future

    This is quite a deceptive post. I guess there is a reason why you shied away from linking to the report.

    An entire region is out of scope of the report:


    It's not an old report you say...
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    Asylum is a fundamental right enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights of 1948 and the Geneva Convention of 1951.
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    Poll: Re: Russia, US, Ukraine, and the Future

    What made Moskva so significant was the loss of major AA capability that cruiser carried. It's loss made other ships with missile capabilities easy targets. That's why the Russians no longer come too...
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    Pushbacks at the EU's external borders
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    Poll: Re: Russia, US, Ukraine, and the Future

    With such incredibly illogical argumentation you can try to discredit anything. Thankfully, we know better. However, in your attempt to hit back you simply managed to highlight the hypocrisy in your...
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    Poll: Re: Russia, US, Ukraine, and the Future

    Nope. Thanks to this nasty little thing called technology we even had access to primary sources. From Russian soldiers firing at random civilians (WARNING: contains video footage of civilians getting...
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    Poll: Re: Russia, US, Ukraine, and the Future

    It is if they have been well documented and abundantly shared even in this very thread you're participating in. The Russians are even seen on video firing on civilians. Your questioning is like...
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    [ABANDONED] Re: Tribunal Expediency Act

    A free pass means that you do not get punished for it at all. Postponing a verdict on the other hand merely postpones the punishment. It's not a free pass.

    One problematic part about it though is...
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    Poll: Re: Russia, US, Ukraine, and the Future

    https://defence-blog.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/FZnG2F5XoAIOnTy-1-1068x565.jpg

    Ukrainian Army receives initial batch of Kirpi armoured vehicles from Turkey


    150 more of them are expected...
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